Seattle Seahawks Thug Arrested on Disorderly Conduct Charges, Calls Officers ‘Ni–er’ and ‘B-tch”

Posted by on Dec 14, 2017 at 10:37 am

Another shining moment for that gang of punks called the Seattle Seahawks, and another shining moment for the NFL.

After being arrested for disorderly conduct, Seahawks defensive tackle Malik McDowell got even more disorderly with the cops.

The Seattle rookie went on a verbal tirade while in custody, repeatedly calling a female cop a “b****” and a male cop “n****” while also bragging about his personal wealth, a video from TMZ Sports shows.

McDowell was arrested early Sunday in Atlanta after cops were called to the scene of a verbal altercation between the 21-year-old and security outside of a club.

He seems really charming:

“I can call you a b**** if I want to,” he says. “You’ll be a broke b**** the rest of your life.”

More like this piece of shit will be broke when his career ends and he has zero future prospects. Video clip available at the link.

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5 Responses to “Seattle Seahawks Thug Arrested on Disorderly Conduct Charges, Calls Officers ‘Ni–er’ and ‘B-tch””

  1. cato on 14/14/17 at 12:48 pm

    A member of the arrogant, unpatriotic, oppressed, millionaire, seahawks of the NFL.

    I no longer watch football nor do I support the NFL.
    My guess is he’ll be playing in seattle and the NFL for years to come.
    No harm, no foul for oppressed thugs…..they’re rich, don’t you know.

  2. carolann on 14/14/17 at 3:34 pm

    Like many of the other fine upstanding citizens in the NFL these charges will get reduced or dropped entirely. Go back and look at what happened with Adam “Pacman” Jones of the Bengals. In the course of an arrest for assault disorderly conduct he threatened to kill a police office, headr and spit on a nurse at the jail and it was ALL on video. County prosecutor let the charges linger and linger and then finally dropped them.

  3. dapenguin on 14/14/17 at 9:43 pm

    Pete Caroll learned how to cover up for bad behavior while at USC and has been doing a fine job ever since. Why the good ones stay with him is beyond me.

  4. Darwin Akbar on 16/16/17 at 12:22 pm

    I always wonder how Pete Carroll was allowed to avoid any ramifications for somehow failing to notice that Reggie Bush had become extremely wealthy while a “student” at USC.